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  1. What is the meaning of Jabber?
    To utter rapidly or unintelligibly. n. Rapid or babbling talk. [Middle English javeren, of imitative origin .] jab′ber·er n.
  2. What was the train full of people jabbering (away)?
    The train was full of people jabbering (away) into their mobile phones. He jabbered (out) something about an accident further down the road. In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives.
  3. How do you describe the jabbering of Foreign Tongues?
    The jabbering of foreign tongues lashed around his ears and the old man subsided, resistance withered. All around is a weird staccato jabbering. It's the jabbering they like, not the thought behind it. Way too much jabbering from the commentators. Collins! Collins! Read about the team of authors behind Collins Dictionaries. earn or urn?

"Jabberings" Example Sentences

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Mar 2018: JASTER'S jabberings -- Asham opening an indoor batting facility - Brandon Sun

Mar 2018: JASTER'S jabberings -- Asham opening an indoor batting facility  Brandon Sun

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